KATHLEEN MARIE EISENHARDT Stanford Warren Ascherman M.D. Professor Stanford Technology Ventures Program May, 2021 ADDRESS: Department of Management Science and Engineering School of Engineering Stanford University Stanford, California 94305-4024 [email protected] EDUCATION: Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Behavior Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. Dissertation Title: Organizational Control from the Perspective of Agency Theory: A Field Setting Example. M.S. Computer Systems, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School. ScB, Mechanical Engineering (cum laude with honors), Brown University HONORARY DEGREES: MAJOR HONORS: Honorary Doctorate (Doctor Honoris Causa), University of Hasselt, 2003. Doctorate of Technology (Honoris Causa), Chalmers Technical University, 2008. Honorary Doctoral Degree, Aalto University, 2010. Honorary Doctorate, London Business School, 2014. Honorary Doctorate (Doctor Honoris Causa), ESSEC, 2018. Honorary Doctorate, BI Norwegian Business School, 2019. Fellow, Academy of Management, 1997. George R. Terry Book Award, Competing on the Edge: Strategy as Structured Chaos, Academy of Management, 1999. Fellow, World Economic Forum (Davos), 2001, 2002. ASQ Award for Scholarly Contribution, Administrative Science Quarterly, 2001. OMT Distinguished Scholar, 2002. Ghoshal Inaugural Research to Practice Award, Business Policy and Strategy (BPS), 2003. Carolyn Dexter Best International Paper Award, Academy of Management, 2006. Inaugural Fellow, Strategic Management Society (SMS), 2007. Richard D. Irwin Outstanding Educator Award, Business Policy and Strategy (BPS), 2007. Dan and Mary Lou Schendel Best Paper Prize, Strategic Management Society (SMS), 2007. 1 Scholarly Contributions to Management Award, In recognition of career contributions, Academy of Management, 2009. Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research, Stockholm, 2012. Technology Innovation and Management (TIM) Distinguished Scholar, Academy of Management, 2014. Administrative Science Quarterly, Scholarly Contribution Award, 2015. Wall Street Journal, Simple Rules: How to Succeed in a Complex World, “Top Ten Summer Reads” 2015. John Fayerweather Eminent Scholar Award, Academy of International Business (AIB), New Orleans, 2016. Fellow, British Academy of Management, 2016. C.K. Prahalad Award, Strategic Management Society, 2017. Glueck Best Paper Award, STR Division, Academy of Management, 2019. OTHER PROFESSIONAL AWARDS AND HONORS: Outstanding Teacher, Department of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (by student vote), 1984. Keynote Speaker, Texas Conference on Organizations, U. Texas, Austin, 1990. Ascendant Scholar, Western Academy of Management, 1990. Pacific Telesis Foundation Award, 1991. Visiting Scholar, Norges Teknisk Hoyskole (NTH), Norway, 1992. Finmeccanica Faculty Scholar, Stanford University, 1992-1994. Whittemore Prize for Outstanding Research, 1994. Stern Best Paper on Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 1994. Stanford Professorial Honor Roll (by student selection), 1996. Ten Best Courses at Stanford (by student selection), 1996. Keynote Speaker, Firms and Markets: Performance and Dynamics, U. Maastricht, Netherlands, 1996. Outstanding Teacher, Department of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (by student vote), 1997. Keynote Speaker, EGOS, 1998. Crafoord Memorial Lecture, Lund University, 1998. Top Ten Books of 1998 in Business and Investment, Amazon.com, 1998. Keynote Speaker, Iberoamerican Academy of Management, Mexico City, 2001. Fellow, World Economic Forum (New York City/Davos), 2002. Science and Technology Advisory Board, General Motors Corporation, 20022006. Kermit F. Hanson Visiting Professor, University of Washington, 2003 Leavey Award for Private Enterprise Education, Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, 2003. Stanford W. Ascherman, M.D. Professor, Stanford University, 2003-present. Board of Directors, MWH Global, 2003-2008. 2 Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher, Department of Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University, 2006. Finalist, Best Paper of the Decade, Academy of Management Review, 2007. Research Promise IDEA Award, Entrepreneurship (ENT) Division, Academy of Management, 2008. Nobel Symposium, Foundations of Organizations, Sweden, 2008. Clinton Global Initiative Fellow, 2009. Clarendon Lectures in Management Studies, The Entrepreneurial Firm: Strategy and Organization in New Markets, Oxford University, 2010. First Ghoshal Lecture and Award, London Business Sc

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